Honoring Our 2020 Good Food Heroes: The Essential Workers of the Food System Food Day has always been a time for reflection and appreciation; it is a time to recognize and celebrate our outstanding [...]
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City and County of San Francisco Pass Good Food Purchasing Ordinance FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Katie Ettman, SPUR email@example.com San Francisco, Calif. (August 21, 2020) — The City and County [...]
Escondido Union School District First Institution to Adopt Good Food Purchasing Program in San Diego CountyTanya Kerssen2020-08-25T21:00:30+00:00
Escondido Union School District First Institution to Adopt Good Food Purchasing Program in San Diego County FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Sara Wacker, APR (858) 945-1104 Sara@SaraWackerAPR.com Escondido, Calif. (June 25, [...]
Black Lives Matter: Statement of Solidarity The Center for Good Food Purchasing We cannot transform the food system without dismantling racism. Along with millions across the country and around the world, [...]
Investing in a Good Food Future Paula Daniels and Alexa Delwiche Medium As we look ahead to re-open the country post-COVID, we also have the chance to re-work our public [...]
How Can We Improve Food Access In Chicago And Beyond? Food Policy Summit Brings Experts Together Maxwell Evans Book Club Chicago Activists Malik Yakini of Detroit and Navina Khanna of [...]
Local, Grass-fed Beef Coming to AISD Cafeterias Russell Falcon KXAN The Austin Independent School District announced on Thursday that local, grass-fed beef is coming to its cafeterias. The district says [...]
Supporting Indigenous Foodways Is For Everyone, Says Daniels Katherine Walla Food Tank Native Hawai’ian foodways are rising back up through the asphalt, says Paula Daniels, co-founder and Chief of What’s [...]
How to Fight Back Against Injustice in Your School Cafeteria Jennifer Gladdis Teen Vogue This op-ed argues that our system of “cheap” industrial food and low-wage labor is incredibly costly [...]
Why School Cafeterias Should be the Frontlines of Policy Change Jennifer E Gaddis The Guardian Healthier children, better wages, stronger local economies, sustainable food – the fight for all of [...]
How Are San Francisco Schools Doing on Their Commitment to Better Food? Katie Ettman SPUR Lots of restaurants, private companies and public institutions say they source food ethically, provide healthy [...]
Vermont Expands Farm Grant Eligibility Kate Barcellos Rutland Herald Starting this fall, farmers will be able to apply for a portion of the Working Lands Grant to help pay for [...]